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Isn't that the same effect as when the servo for the brakes on an normal ICE car fail? With modern cars braking becomes extremely hard.
The effect can be the same, that stop leak stuff can easily block small passages.
My 2 cents is that it uses a standard charging cycle for lead acid batteries, so a CC-CV cycle. Constant current to 14,4V and then a constant...
The regulations here aren't really set in stone. Some countries talk about 2025 and others target 2030 for the end of ICE sales.
I have looked at the non hybrid RAV4 which comes down to the 2.0 vvt-i engine mated to a CVT.
For us that isn't the ideal combination.
They drive a Suzuki Vitara which although is a bit lower than the RAV4 is a lot easier for them.
I once took them in my Corolla that have for my...
I will do that ;)
Thanks for your insights as well.
There is so much knowledge on this forum compared to local forums.
We were actually planning in keeping the C-Max for longer but the warranty is running out and my past experience with downsized engines isn't...
I also understood that a very low mileage is also a bad thing for the hybrid battery.
Thanks for the advice.
I will check the service history of the vehicles. We are going to do a test drive and I will be doing a quick battery test...
We are thinking on replacing our Ford C-Max 1.5 Ecoboost with a RAV4 Hybrid AWD of the previous generation.
There aren't that many available where...
I drive a 2019 Corolla Touring Sports hybrid with the 1.8 drivetrain from the gen4 Prius.
If I could have ordered it 3 months later I would have...
That's to bad. I have been driving one since September 2019. Great car with a lot of room. Currently at 73000km or about 45000 miles.
You don't get the Touring Sports version of the Corolla overthere? It is the most sold variant overhere.
Using the word theory suggests that there is ample evidence for the claims made.
In some territories the Prius has become less popular so I wouldn't be surprised if they wait a little longer with a replacement.
Navteq became HERE a couple of years ago.
ECU's do die but we have had cars on the road with multiple ECU's for well over 30 years.
I don't think that the failure rate is very high.
It could be for cooling of the transaxle.
The oil pump in the transaxle only works when the ICE is running.
I am talking on situations with cruise on. Without cruise it doesn't spin up the ICE.